SAN FRANCISCO — The federal government scored a major victory on Tuesday, snuffing out a court challenge to the mass surveillance of Americans’ online communications.
U.S. District Judge Jeffrey White of the Northern District of California said a group of AT&T customers who claim all of their Internet communications were swept up in the National Security Agency’s surveillance dragnet hadn’t demonstrated standing to sue under the Fourth Amendment.
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